When we write memoir, we are passionate to get our book out into the world, and we need to find a way that works best for the kind of book that we have, and a way that works with our budget, our goals, and our audience. As everyone knows, the publishing industry is exploding with many choices these days, and by next week no doubt there will be more. At the Telesummit last week, we heard such terrific tips and information from Mark Coker of Smashwords, Dan Blank, WeGrowMedia.com, Tessa Smith McGovern of EChook.com, producer of e-chapbooks, Lynn Serafinn, author 7 Graces of Marketing, about marketing with heart, and Brooke Warner of Warner Coaching.com. For six hours we chatted with a whole bunch of excited people on the line! Join us again this fall for the next free Telesummit.
This week for our free Roundtable event, I’m so pleased to be in conversation with Jonna Ivin, author of Will Love for Crumbs and Denise Roessle who wrote Second Chance Mother. Each of these authors chose different routes to getting their books published–which will make for a dynamic and interesting discussion. Jonna self-published her book on Kindle while Denise chose the longer path of finding a small publisher.
We will talk about how they chose their path to publishing and fill you in on the new options out on the market today.
Join us at the here Thursday, 4 PM PDT! If you sign up, you will receive the audio download so you can listen at your leisure. Isn’t technology great!!
See you there!
Thanks for the roundtable today with Jonna and Denise. I enjoyed listening to their publishing tips and how they are marketing their memoirs. Several people joined GIP (Gutsy Indie Publishers) Group on Facebook after your roundtable. Look forward to more roundtables.
BTW, I couldn’t Tweet this as too long, and when I tried to reduce the # of characters, it wouldn’t send the Tweet.